Tiger Woods confident after layoff

Woods confident after layoff
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Tiger Woods feels confident ahead of Thursday's Frys.com Open after spending two months working on his game.

Tiger Woods has said that he feels confident ahead of the Frys.com Open after two months out through injury.

The 14-time Major winner has played little since injuring his arm at the Masters in April.

Despite his absence, the world number 51 has revealed that he used the time to work on his game with coach Sean Foley.

"I've had a chance to practice and work on everything," said Woods. "That's something that I hadn't been able to do for a while, so I have to say I'm very pleased with every facet of my game.

"My comfort's coming back, being able to hit shots and go out and play 36 holes a day. That's something I hadn't done because I just hadn't had the time."

The tournament, which starts on Thursday, will be the first time Woods has worked with his new caddie Joe LaCava.

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